September 1, 2010

Twelve-hour shifts: Is it time to look for a better alternative?

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Twelve-hour shifts are popular. Many nurses like working 3 12-hour days and having 4 days off. The extended shifts also help in covering some shifts, particularly nights and weekends.

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